[lee-nuh; Russian lye-nuh] /ˈli nə; Russian ˈlyɛ nə/
a river in the Russian Federation in Asia, flowing NE from Lake Baikal through the Yakutsk Republic into the Laptev Sea. 2800 miles (4500 km) long.
a female given name, form of .
/ˈliːnə; Russian ˈljɛnə/
a river in Russia, rising in S Siberia and flowing generally north through the Sakha Republic to the Laptev Sea by an extensive delta: the longest river in Russia. Length: 4271 km (2653 miles)
fem. proper name, originally a shortened form of Helena or Magdalena.
[luh-nee-uh] /ləˈni ə/ noun, (sometimes used with a plural verb) 1. a festival in ancient Athens in honor of Dionysus, celebrated at the beginning of February and comprising a public banquet followed by the performance of comedies.
[len-uh-pee, luh-nah-pee] /ˈlɛn ə pi, ləˈnɑ pi/ noun, plural Lenapes (especially collectively) Lenape. 1. (defs 5, 6). 1728, native name for Delaware Indians, said to mean “original people.”
[ley-nahrt; English ley-nahrd] /ˈleɪ nɑrt; English ˈleɪ nɑrd/ noun 1. Philipp [fee-lip] /ˈfi lɪp/ (Show IPA), 1862–1947, German physicist, born in Austria-Hungary: Nobel Prize 1905.
noun, Electronics. 1. an early cathode-ray tube having at the end opposite the cathode a window of thin glass or metal allowing cathode rays (Lenard rays) to pass out into the atmosphere.